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cit

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[chit] /tʃɪt/
noun, Hinduism.
1.
pure consciousness.
Compare Sat-cit-ananda.
Origin of cit
From Sanskrit

cit.

1.
2.
cited.
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C.I.T.

1.
counselor in training.
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CIT

abbreviation (in New Zealand)
1.
Central Institute of Technology

cit.

abbreviation
1.
citation
2.
cited
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Word Origin and History for cit
n.

colloquial shortening of citizen, 1640s; contrasted to a countryman or a gentleman, usually with some measure of opprobrium (Johnson defines it as "A pert low townsman; a pragmatical trader").

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